A Public Space Announces 2015 Emerging Writer Fellowships

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by Ben Apatoff

Brooklyn independent literature magazine A Public Space has opened applications for its 2015 Emerging Writer Fellowships, in which three writers will be selected for the six-month program. Perks, according to the APS web site, include the following:

– A ​mentorship from an established author who has previously contributed to A Public Space;
– Publication in the magazine;
– ​A contributor’s payment of $1,000;
– ​Free workspace in our Brooklyn offices​ (optional)​.

Interested writers can apply here, free of charge. Applications are due by October 15, 2014, and the fellowship period runs March 1, 2015 — September 1, 2015.

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